More often than not, you’ll wake up the morning after a heavy night, switch on your camera to aid your hungover mind in recalling some of the details, only to discover a memory card full of blurred and badly framed snaps.
It seems holding a camera straight and steady while inebriated is a task worthy of the Krypton Factor. So thank the God of good photography for Sony’s new T10, with double (yes, double) anti-blur measures to combat even the shakiest of snappers.
The T10 combines Sony’s Super SteadyShot and a High Sensitivity mode - up to ISO1000 - to theoretically help you produce wobble-free pictures and movies in low light or with fast moving subjects. Even in the darkness of a dingy club you can catch your mates tumbling to the floor after one too many tequilas.
It comes dressed in a choice of four colours and those clever chaps at Sony have also managed to cram a 7MP sensor and 2.5in screen into a credit card-sized body that weighs just 140g. There’s even a slideshow mode with built-in audio, so you can have your very own version of the gallery from Hart Beat complete with cheesy tune.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T10
On sale: September